We walked ALOT during our recent visit to London. Sooooo much to see. And so little time. But i would argue that the very best way to really see a city is from the street.
And I couldn’t help but collect a few photos of Doors along the way…..
The gates to Kensington Palace.
The Household Cavalry Door.
A pub door.
Doors at Shakesphere’s Globe Theatre
The Door to Spencer House
Near St. James Park.
A Fleet Street Door – and friendly doorman.
And, of course, the doors to Canada House … with Nelson’s Column reflected in the window.
Linked to Norm’s Thursday Doors
Although it only contains a few blocks, Otrobanda, one of the historically significant quarters of Willemstad, Curacao is packed with a crazy variety of doors.
From grand entrances…..
…. to more modest portals.
Some had very interesting architectural features……. (love those posts!)…
and some funky business doorways.
From tiny abodes…….
to ornate estates. Here is the Colombian Consulate.
It was so much fun to wander around this district. It was very, very hot and that might explain why it was so quiet. But with so many interesting buildings, we were pulled along to discover what was around the next corner.
These Caribbean doors are linked to Norm’s Thursday Doors.